Dr. Yochanan Shachmurove is Professor of Economics and Business at the City College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He has worked with Harvard Institute for International Development advising the government of Ukraine with regards to its macroeconomic policies, including energy and natural resources issues.  He has served as a Guest Editor for three special issues of the International Journal of Business, two of them dealing with Financial Markets of the Middle East, and one co-edited with Nobel Laureate Professor Lawrence Klein about the BRICs (Brazilian, Russian, Indian and Chinese economies), and as a Guest Editor for two issues of the Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance and Business Ventures.  He is the Editor of the Proceedings of the Academy of Entrepreneurial Finance and he has been on the board of many international journals.

Dr. Shachmurove has taught at leading institutions of higher learning in five continents: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Europe, and Australia. He has published extensively in the areas of economics, finance and management. with more than 100 refereed papers and more than 110 papers accepted for presentation at professional meetings throughout the world.

 Professor Shachmurove has been awarded grants from, among others, the Kauffman Foundation (several grants), The U.S.A.’s State Department, The Institute for International Education Research (several grants), The Eurasia Foundation, Ukraine, Russia and the U.S.A.; University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Economic Research, University of Pennsylvania, Center for Analytic Research in Economics and the Social Sciences, The New Economic School, Moscow Russia, The Kasierer Institute for Research in Accounting, the Israeli Institute of Accounting Research, The European University Institute, Indiana Department of Commerce, and the Hudson Institute. Dr. Shachmurove has been awarded four Fulbright Awards.

Professor Shachmurove’s main research interests are in applied econometrics (including vector auto regressions, Bayesian vector auto regressions, emulative neural networks, non-linear deterministic systems, and chaos), international economics, industrial organization, entrepreneurial finance, advanced futures and options.